RAP-B-378-238U

RAM Mount Flex Adhesive Mount with Diamond Adapter

RAM Mount Flex Adhesive Mount with Diamond Adapter

Description

The RAM Mount Flex Adhesive Mount with Diamond Adapter is designed with a 1" diameter patented rubber ball and socket system that has adjustment points at both ends of the double socket arm, allowing for almost infinite adjustment and perfect viewing angles.

Features

  • High Strength Composite Material
  • 1" Rubber "B" Ball Size
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$24.49
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$21.99
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The RAP-B-378-238U consists of the flex adhesive base with 1" ball, STANDARD SIZE double socket arm and and diamond base adapter. The mount is designed with a 1" diameter patented rubber ball and socket system that has adjustment points at both ends of the double socket arm; this allowing for almost infinite adjustment and perfect viewing angles. The hole pattern found on the diamond base adapter will connect to most RAM cradles. The included RAM's patented design dampens shock and vibration, helping to extend the life of your device. Using a PSA stick pad, put the flex adhesive mount practically anywhere you want to keep your portable electronics easy to see and always within your reach. Designed with a very small foot print, finding a home on your scooter, motorcycle, kayak, boat or vehicle dash is easy. Attaching the patented 1" rubber ball, to one of many RAM arms, creates the ultimate socket system with multiple adjustment points for articulation and perfect viewing angles.


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RAM Mount Flex Adhesive Mount with Diamond Adapter RAP-B-378-238U Flex Adhesive Mount with Diamond Adapter
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